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YARRAVILLE V. NTH. MELBOURNE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

YARRAVILLE V. NTH, ME.LBOURNE DISTRICT'. The above teams commenced play at Yarravillo on Saturday last when the Dis trict, batting lirsa, were all disposed of for the modest total of 2za, he brothers Yates batted well, Arthur getting 30 and George 25. Both these players show great promise. C. Johnson also played a good in nings for 2". Norris was Yarravillc's best Sbowler, and obtained 6 for 35 off 14 overs, Sthree of his victims being caught and bow!' ', -4d.'--,Yarrvlll o aro oZlyouttllg In modcra S. on lately and Saturday was noocxeeptton, five wickets having fallen for the small score of 50 runs, out of which Rocke ob tained 2o n.o. The best bowler for District was Brearlcy who obtained 3 for 15. The tmatch will be concluded to-day, l'ootscray and \Villianstown Churchce Lennox street Methodists nimt Hyde street Methodist (A team) last Saturday on the ground of the former, Lennox street players wore black bands on their arms as a mark of respect for one of their player's sister, ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

URICKEE7 S - Notes by "Cov?s PotNY.'. 1VOTICR' TO CORRE'SPOVDI:AT2S, '. (?h ERditor will tb glad to i.nset in this columnl reports of the doi?,s of Io, al sport. Itrng institutions provnitir thy are consuAely, aritteni and, in tihe case of mat,;ches played ontt the previous Saturday, that they ane lodged at the Advertiser Office not late, ahan Tuesday in ,acIh wcckJ IOOTSCR\AY v GEELONi ., This match commenced at the W\estern Reserve on Saturday last on a splendid wicket (in fact the Geelong players stated it was the best they had played on this sea son) was productive of the finest display of batting on the part of the visitors, that has beenl seen on the local ground since the entry of Footscray into turf cricket circles. In this respect it may be mentioned that although the local club may not be winning matches this season, they are at Icast giving the local residents an opportunity of wit iessing first class cricket at their own doot so to speak, It was not so much last Sat urda...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

SPECIAL NOTICES. T. GOUGHI SURGEON DENTIST; 156 NICHOLSON STREET, Footsoray Over Shaw's, Grocers. Telephone: .27.c Foot~cray, Sets of Teeth ...... froln 3j/3/ Best work only done. Artificial Tcoth, 5/- and "7/6 per tooth. Fillings, Crown:;, &c., at Moderate Charges. Mr. G()UtGH attends to all I'atients himself, and if satisfaction is not given Fcos will he returned. I lours : 9 a.m1 . to 8.30 p1).111 Saturdays p a ii, to I i.ll. p IcI SIIYTEII RI AN CIIUR CI TO-MORROW. Morning and Evening--Rev., A. \V. ullcer. Bad Times ! MILK HO I 4d per Quart, WHITEIHILL Bros. MI LK "rollljtr own Herd of 200 Selected Ctwn Deliverild Daily 4d per Quart. In .poetion Tuvite,, Farm and Dairy 61 Gordon Street, Footsoray. Miss Beatrice I, Johnstone Costumiere, VIeohanics' Institute Buildings, Nioholson Street. M DOW\V1\EY. IBuckley streot, Foot S, icray, Tank M\Laker and Shoot Iron Vorker. 'lank contractor to Victorian (iov rnlment Railways. Baths, trolnglii, etc Jrdern promptly attended to. C. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

IN MEMORIAM. (IREPNWOO]) (nlo Tyack)-In adl and loving remelllmbranco of my deIr and only daughter, Mary JOan (May) who pasaed away at " The Anchorage, " l'ilgrilm stroot, Footauray, 23rd Decemlber, 180i9. S?he is gone brlt int foerot tecl, Never MlIM hVlter Iroerory ftle. Sweetest thloglit shlhll ever lilnper A'rollld thleo pot wherec Olhe lz li, \We think of her inl bilence, Aun trol4mtt'tl r ,, lAr hor.. . Iler iiilOliO ' .0 hlrfl free),. "rneplone : NI rootscray. de Mvdertiser. PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN. 'ootscray, Saturday, Dec. li, 1914.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERNED GERMANS. COUNCIL DISCUSSION ELICITS INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

1NTERNED GERMANS, CO UNCIL DISCUSSION ELICITS IN FORMATION. The announcement in the metropolitan papers that Germans interned in Aus tralia were being allowed £1 per week was permitted to go uncontradicted and members of the local council were mov ed to make some emphatic remarks on the subject. Fortunately they prefaced their rL'marks with the saving sentence "If the statement is true" because an explanation received at the council meeting on Monday ovening put a somewhat dilt'erent complexion on the allair. The Defence department's epistle read : "In reply to your letter of the 1st. inst., I beg to inform you that German subjects who are interned do not re ceive any payment, unless employed tinder the direction of the Military Com mandant, when thuy receive 1/- per diem, but are supplied with quarters and food, also such articles of clothing as are absolutely necessary. P'aymient of £1 per week is made to ofllicers only of the detained German ships who have given their parole.'' C...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

Reference to the growing desire of shipping men for a lift bridge over the mouth of the Victoria Dock was made on Monday evening by Cr Hari'is, and a suggestion was made that a deputation wait on the llarbor Trust Commissioners to advocate its crection. Cr Bell telt" disinclined to approach the commission ors again after the cool reception re ceivec on a previous occasion, and Cr Johmson thought that in view of the trust's ambitious proposal for a not work of docks and railroads it would be waste of time. Others thought the at tempt should be made, as nothing is lost by trying, and it was agreed that a deputation be arranged. At Monday night's council meeting Cr Pearce called attention to the fact that the Government proposes to spend a substantial sum of money in beautifying the Upper Yarra and' exlpressed the opinion that Maribyrnong river should not be overlooked. In this connection good work was being done by the Foot scray Park Beautification Committee, whom the Government migh...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

CO U.N'Jl NOT?'S? . The year is drawing to a close members of the local council arn evidently becoming infected with thi holiday spirit and Cr Shillabeer wa: an absentec from the council meet ing, all of which tended to makt business proceed expbditiously or Monday evening. Cr \V. 11. Field ing, who is on leave of absence, wa. also away but all other councillor: were present. As usual the Finance Committee met first, Cr Harris, presiding, and found little to discuss. The treas urer's statement showed that tlhe overdraft stood at f.1,{23/1715 tc which was added /,1256/17:9 in the shape of accounts passed for pay ment. This brought the debit bal ance up to £5,770/15/5 which was .'3,69S,15/6 more than last year, This was regarded as satisfactory.. Amongst the accounts before the Public \Vorks committee, (Cr Pearce presiding) was one for £336 for dis tilled tar. Referring to this Cr John son said it was time the council purchased a distillery plant of its own, lie was sure they could sa...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THORLEY'S PICTURES. FAMOUS SONG IN PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

TIHfOfILEY'S PIU'TUfRES. FAMOUS SONG IN PICTURES, Commencing at the matinee today, the world famous battle song "Its a long way to Tipperary," will be produced in motion pictures with vocal and other incidential accompaniment, for four nights only in addition to the usual programmL which will include'three great war pictures, Eva cuation of Ghent, With the Troops in France, and in the Hands of the Kindly Dutch. For three nights only that great picture 'Qtto Vadis,', which filled the Grand some months ago will be shown with other star films, FEDERAL 3,50o feet of the very best ,ntd latest in pictures will be shown at the Federal Hall tonight. Particulars advertised.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

TIHE UNEMPLOYMENT PROBLEM. Amongst the correspondcnce re ceived by the council was a letter from the municipal conference on unemployment in which it was re commended that as much work as possible be put in hand, Cr. Alc Donald mov:ed that a reply be sent that the council proposed to spend t14,000 on constructing private streets and lanes and ,£5000 on a main drain for Yarraville, which would help the very desirable move: ment along. Cr. Drew said a lot of money could be spent in making some of the prin: cipal streets properly, instancing Hopkins street, and streets leading to superphosphate works' at Yarra ville. Cr McDonald-And the tannery hill. Cr Drew thought the Government should be asked to advance money to the municipalities so that thlcse and similar works could be put in hand. This would save a lot of money spent In 1na1 um]u1cl,,U 0 ul11. .ile works would be really re-productive. Cr. Johnson-And we should urge the Government to proceed with the erection of the long promise...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMPLIMENTARY SMOKE CONCERT. MR J. J. FRASER ENTERTAINED. CONVIVIAL SEND-OFF GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

GCOMP IIi?ENiTAR FY SAMOKE CONCERIT. MIUJ. J. I RASER ENTERTuAI N ED. CONVIVIAL SEND-OFF GATHER ING. It is when iromotion, transfer, or the exigences of life call prominent citizens to other parts that there is a rallying together of responsive people to bid farewell and do honor to good citizen ship and which led to the holding of a superior type of smoke night at the Town Hall Inst Saturday evening to speed the coming departure of Mr J. J. Fraser from Footacray. During a period of 13 years' residence Mr Fraser, be sides holding the position of manager of the local branch of the Colonial Bank of Australasia, identified himself with many of Footscray's institutions,'-was ever ready to play his part in forward ing any Jocal -forward or charitable movement, and did considerable to add to the progress and prosperity of more than one local sporting institution. But it was perhaps, more than anything, his unfailing good humor that won for him a high place in the regard of citi zens; his ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRIVATE STREETS. WORK FOR THE UNEMPLOYED. PROPERTY OWNERS WHO PAY TWICE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

PRIVATE STRE'ETS. W\ORK FOR THE UN EMPLOYED, PROPERTY OWNERS WHO PAY T\VICE. Some measure of linality was reached at Monday night's council meeting regarding the much discuss ed flotation of an improvement loan for the construction of private streets and lanes and by deciding to go on with work to the cost of [3000 sub stantial progress was made. The making of these streets and lanes will do something toward malting Footscray a presentable place and a continuation of the policy until all .private streets and lanes are con structed will certainly make it a much more attractive residential area. 'Reporting on the subject the sur veyor (Mr Neylan) remarked : SIn accordance with the request of the council I submit a list showing the most urgent private works to be done under the proposed loan of /toou in each ward, vii.: North ward-Hocking street, .'555: private lanes between Ilatman street and Geelong road. .573 ; total Zeog8, - Middle ward-Private lanes, t ilgrin to itli?hlg street, £...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"THE MESSIAH." FOOTSCRAY HARMONIC SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

i" IIE' 3 'SIA II." FT()'I'SCIRAY IARMOINIC OC()'IdTY The Wits a good attendanlCe on 'iTues day night at the 27th concert of the society when Ihandel's sublime oratorio " The Messiah " was given. It has now become an annual allair and it is the intention of the society to continue on the lines of most of the English choral socleties who give anl annual per forinance at Xmastile of the great work. Tuesday night's performance was well maintained thiroughoult and great credit mlust lie given to the soc iety for their splendid rendering of the various choruses. The choir have now become very familiar with the workl and sing their parts with great vigor and conlidence. 'the principals were Miss Maud llarrington Isoprano), Miss Edith B3ellhouse (contralto), Mr Bert ram Johnson (tenor) and Mir II. ,1. Skidmore (bass). Miss Harrington gave an acceptable rendering of the various recitations and arias allotted to the solprano voice, in spite of having a bad cold. She was miost successful in ~...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TROCADERO. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

T'HE TIROCA.DIEdRO. To-night a new program of vaudeville noveltie: which will include Crotton and Kremka, wonderful athletes also the popu lar actor Roy Rcdgrave will present a patriotic sketch entitled "Waterloo" will commence at the Trocadero. Other items are '"Violini" the wonderful violinist pre senting grand opera to ragtime, Jack Risden will sing descriptive and ragtime songs. A full program of the latest pictures will be shown.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRAYBROOK COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

fItA Y1B ROOK COUNYCIL The ,onthly mieeting of the [Tray brook council was" held on Monday last, those present being Crs Cran well (president), McKay, Derhanm, McLagan, Harrison, IIissen, iMunro, Pennell and lHopkins. A communication from the cluie secretary's office asked the council to furnish, as early as possible, the total number of male persons on the municipal roil in respect to the ratable properties in licensing dis !rc; as rUi;re;i under t le provision ol the Licensing District Act 1912. It was decided to comply with the request. Colonel J. C. I lawker, A.A.G. 3rd military district, forwarded an ex tract from a communication received from the director of medical services that might be a guide in confection with the medical examination of men for the Expeditionary Forces. It read as follows:-lt has been re ported that many recruits have been sent into camp fromt the country who are not tit fur service. It is presumed that they cannot have been examnined or if examined the w...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

If it' a GOOD PAIR of SHOES you are looking for, Call at SWANN'S. Cornero, SHOE STORES. NICHOLSON & BARKLY STS. Thoy will Sorvuyou \Voll, And at Swanu treet, Richmond; (l0 PucklueStreut, Moonuul Pond ; 370 Sydney Road, Brunhwick. -/ . -------------- --_ TJUST For AND Beat Assortment EVAN SEE OUR oMf I I WINDOWS. XMAS REES 141-143 PRESENTS. For. Nicholson St. We. Sweets - Y ou .. - ill .... Ah .'; - m- ... *' ·-" ' A very MERRY XMAS. XMAS GOODS Are Now Frosh in, viz:- HAMS, ALMONDS, DATES, XMA CAKES, 'LOLLIES, CORDIALS, BISCUITS, TABLE RAISINS. S'PONE 440. A II. sMITi, Mgr. hum will a New Suit and anOvercoat lor the Wintor and you cannot do better than Icl W. J..McCANN, PRA'CTICAL TAILOR, * Nlasure you. H1-l his a Choice Solection ol the Scasui)n's Goods which you will Sbe) pleased with. HIis Addrosls 33 PAISLEY STREET, (Noxt Footscray Club) ----Ladles' Costumes a Specaclity. ----- ave you tried STEWART S MV&sa1t TE*ren~clL. It isDelioous. 'ry ono to day. Splendid Cur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

AML'SEMENTS. St. George's YARRAVILLE. To-Night. and at the Matitee, LUCILLE LOVE-- reels. Further Scrie? WHITE SPECTRE-3 rccls. GAMEKEEPER'S WIFE --2 reels TWO WAR SPECIALS, eta, MONDAY. TENNESSEE-- reels. THE DEBT--2 rccls. WAR SPECIAL. THE EAVESDROPPER Keystone Next Week : LUCILLE LOVE On Thursday and Saturday only. XMAS NIGHT (Friday,) Entire change of Programme. "Trocadero" Vaudeville & Picture Theatre, Corner Leeds & lopikinso ast., Footscray. Lessee and Manager - Mr Gteo. Smith Saturday. December 19th CROTTON and KREMKA Roman Ring Experts. VOLINI The Wandering MUSICIAN. 4 Introducing Violin oalos. JACK RISDEN Descriptive Singer and Light Comedian. ROY REDGRAVE Assisted by T. Walton in a Dramatic Sicetch " WATERLOO " Colonel Buster An Old Veteran It. Re ~grav, Dr. Muller - German Spy - T. 1\ altos Last night of the preseolt picture luotrali. Absent-minded Cupid, Primitive Instinct, Two Old Tars, (Keystone Comedy), Light on the Wall, The Master lHand, Cutey's Wif...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUNDAY SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

SUNDAY SERVIC'E. Mr Kenney in his Sunday night exhorta ton, called special attention to the Lord's prayer as he said the model prayer given to disciples at their special request embodying in Its construction doctrinal facts put so plainly and in such natural order that one would hardly think that even the apostacy would make a mistake. ist a distinct de claratlon of the family relation of a true disciple; manifestly none but a son can claim to call God, Father. Next a declara tion respecting his locality and position. Then the first and most important request that the Kingdom of God should come. 'No suggestion -lCthem going to it but a sugges tion as to what will uocc.r-..n eartl; when that happens, that earth will be as a r ful as hcaven,God's will being then executed. Then a request for food and one for for giveness of trespasses that may occur in obtaining it. On the basis of our treatment of others. Followed by a plea for deliver ance from evil and the reasons alleged for these ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

IPATT'RIOTIC FUNI). The MIayoress (Mrs Bell) acknowledgesc the following donations of blankets for the troops:-Cyail R. Hayward, I pair; Mrs Dyson, z pair: Mrs Clarke, t blankel, towel and pillow Mrs Mlu!doon,, Mrs Bright and Miss Rodda, i pair each; "Friend," Soddon' I pair and towel.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

A further sCel'ie of thie adventurous career of the girl of mystery, Lucille Love, the great scrala picture. Thi, phenomenal production Ihas reached ano!her decidedly Interesting situation and is being followed with intense interest by patrons of this theatre. The \Vhfte Spectre, 2 reels, and The Gamekeeper's Wife, 2 reels, are the natin features, supportedl bIy two tine war journals. On Monday, a tine story, Tecn nessce, 2 reels, and The Debt, a tIbin 2 part drama, will be presented along with wvar news and a Keystone special, The Eavesdropper, The management wiis to announce that next week Lucille Love will be shown on Thursday and Saturday and at Saturday's matinee only, and on Friday (Xmas Night) an entirely different pro gralnme will be screened appropriate to the occasion.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIRTY QUARTERS. CARETAKER FOR TOWN HALL SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 December 1914

DIRTY QUARTERS. CAlIRETAKElR FOR TOWNI IIAI,, SUGGESTED-) '. A mlolst the subjects reported upon by the city survceyor at Monday night's council meeting was one relating to the renovating of the council chamber, the mayor's room, entrance hall, etc. The whole was estimated to cost £(31, of which £:lli was for renovating the coun cil chambelr and providing nw liiio nelil. Cr. ohnson thought they should in cluhide a desk for the electrical nuperin tendent's office. At present that officer had to put up with two ricketty old tables which alnmost fell to pieces when touchetd. With this addition Cr McDonald moved that the report he adopted and menlltioned that comning at Christmass time the work would pIrovide (employ mimenlt or men who noeeoded it. Cr D)rew seconded, but Cr Harris tIook exce ption to thle iimoney beilng spent while tilhe council was in such at pre iarious linancial position. In an other month they would he ,70100 inl detlt and ia the work was not absolute ly required he...

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